Katherine Pine is addicted to shoujo manga and black tea. Though she’s only in her mid-twenties, she lives in a retirement community in the Pacific Northwest. Alright, so maybe it isn’t officially a retirement community, but the age of the average person is about 62. As a result Katherine has grown accustomed to epic bingo battles and losing terribly at Bridge. When she’s not writing she knits, tries to convince slugs that her compost pile is much tastier than her vegetable garden, and gets bossed around by her cats.
***Contains Volumes 1-3 of Snow White (Mother, The Mirror, The Huntsman)***
Poisonous mists settled in the lowlands 17 years ago, rendering ninety percent of the land uninhabitable and killing over half the population. Most blame their misfortune on industrialization or the fey, but some curse Snow White, the princess who was born poisoned.
As the only person who can survive entering the poisoned woods without a gas mask, Snow White has dedicated her life to studying the poison and finding a cure. This obsession draws her deeper into the woods and its secrets, where nothing is as it seems. When Snow White saves a man who should never have been saved, she uncovers an evil more destructive than the poison.
(115,000 words, or approx 460 pages)
What Other’s Are Saying About Snow White : Poisoned : Volumes 1-3
“I started reading Poisoned and could not put it down. The story is so unique and a great spin on the Snow White story. It kept you captivated and your stomach in knots because your so invested in the characters and need to find out what happens next. You will not be disappointed in this book.” – Jadeen
“This book captured me almost immediately. It sucked me into the story so thoroughly that I couldn’t put it down. The characters are very believable and well developed. It ended on a cliff hangar that left me begging to hear the end. I’ll definitely be looking into other books by this author.” – Woffinden
“This book allows a greater development of the wicked queen. It delves into the relationship between the queen and snow white as well as why she chooses to treat snow white as she does. The queen is understandable and every action is for the greater good. The huntsman is drawn as a wickedly conflicted character. The mirror is anthropomorphic and possibly my favorite aspect of this story.” – K. de Vera
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